Young Pathologists' Section Liaison Program

The YPS Liaison Program consists of active TSP Junior Members that represent 10 different pathology programs from across the state. Each YPS Liaison serves a two-year term, with oversight by the YPS Chairs. 

Purpose of the YPS Liaison Program:
  • Increase awareness of the Texas Society of Pathologists (TSP) and of the YPS
  • Recruit new members
  • Serve as ambassadors to residents/fellows at local university
  • Strengthen and complement existing outreach activities in TSP
  • Increase involvement of young members
  • Facilitate two-way communication

YPS Liaison Time Commitment

  • YPS Liaison Orientation (held via conference call)
  • Participation in at least two TSP board meetings a year (Liaisons do not have voting powers on the TSP board.)
    • January – TSP Annual Meeting
    • August – held in conjunction with YPS Retreat
    • Additional TSP Board meetings may be held throughout the year, as determined by the TSP Board of Directors
  • Attend at least one YPS business meeting a year
  • Occasional phone calls/emails to individual residents/fellows and TSP members
  • Submit a brief survey at the conclusion of term about experience with the program

YPS Liaison Description of Duties

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for the 2022-2023 Academic Year

Denisse Leza Rincon, MD
Baylor College of Medicine

Sarvenaz "Sarvi" Karamooz, MD
Baylor Scott & White Health - Temple

Alyssa Mathew-Joseph, DO
Baylor University Medical Center

Julieta A. D'Ardis, MD
Houston Methodist

Mehran Taharian, MD
MD Anderson

Amanda Herrmann, MD, PhD
UT Health Science Center at Houston

Mo Awobajo, MD
UT Health Science Center at San Antonio

Bradley Grant, MD, JD
UT Medical Branch

Adalaide Kwon, MD
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Jesse Fitzgerald, DO
San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (SAUSHEC)